Tuesday, June 30, 2009

John Paul II Pedophile Nuns Army in Ireland

The pedophile priests and nuns who worship John Paul II -- see the list of his ego-maniac monuments named after him strategically established by the Opus Dei in the John Paul II Millstone www.jp2m.blogspot.com -- are coming out of their pedophiliac closets. In Ireland, President McAleese call Catholic religious pedophilia "millstone of biblical proportions” in Irish history. She must have borrowed the term from our weblog of the John Paul II Millstone!


Last Updated: Tuesday, June 30, 2009, 12:03

McAleese says abuses a 'millstone'

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* Nuns issue abuse apology | 30/06/2009


The abuse of children in some institutions run by religious orders is a “millstone of biblical proportions” in Irish history, President Mary McAleese said today.

Addressing a conference in Dublin organised by the Sisters of Charity, one of the orders under whose care children were abused, Mrs McAleese also paid tribute to the order for the positive work achieved by its members.

Sr Stanislaus Kennedy, a member of the order, delivered an apology today at the conference to those who were abused in the care of the sisters.

She said members were ashamed, shocked and horrified by the physical and sexual abuse of children. Speaking on RTÉ's Morning Ireland programme, St Stanislaus said she had not personally been aware of any such abuses when she worked at institutions in Kilkenny where they took place.

The conference at Dublin Castle today celebrates the life of Mary Aikenhead, who founded of the Sisters of Charity in 1815.

“It would be impossible to fully do justice or to quantify the many people whose lives were enhanced and helped by the Sisters of Charity and it is important to acknowledge the contribution made over almost two centuries,” Mrs McAleese said.

“But there is a candle burning here today, lit earlier this morning when you held a minute’s silence in commemoration of those whose childhood experiences of institutional abuse are so graphically set out in the Ryan report [the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse].

“Some of that suffering happened to children in the care of the Sisters of Charity. It is a sad chapter in your order’s history and indeed in Irish history, a millstone of biblical proportions and one that calls for Mary Aikenhead’s resilience, determination, humility and focus in the journey of amending and healing which lies ahead.”

The president said today’s conference focused not on the foundress herself but on the “difficult time we are living through economically and the downstream consequences for issues of social justice”.

“There are those who have lost jobs, who face high levels of personal debt, who are terrified of tomorrow and the next day because of the bills they cannot pay and the hopes of their children that they cannot fulfil.”

She called for people to make a stand “in the name of justice” against the “scapegoating and stereotyping” of people who had come to Ireland in recent years from other countries to make a new life here and said they faced the same worries as their Irish neighbours.

Mrs McAleese also noted the work of those engaged in caring for the homeless, the poor and other marginalised groups.

“In these tough times the organisations which deal with the poor and the marginalised are seeing the emergence of a new poor who are often baffled by the sudden change in their fortunes and embarrassed by their inability to cope like they used to do.

“We know that this moment will pass, that we will return our country to a sound financial footing and to prosperity.”

“We will face down this testing period as we faced down many a crisis before but between the problem and its resolution there will be difficult territory to cross and there will be real suffering and hardship for some.”

Last Updated: Tuesday, June 30, 2009, 10:00

Nuns issue abuse apology

A nun who campaigns for social justice today apologised to children who were abused while under the care of the Sisters of Charity.

Sister Stanislaus Kennedy, a member of the religious order criticised in the devastating Ryan report, said members were ashamed, shocked and horrified by the physical and sexual abuse of children at its facilities.

She told a conference in Dublin Castle the report laid bare the appalling manner in which the most vulnerable children were treated in institutions run by congregations over the past 50 years.

“We must ensure that wide-scale and systematic abuse of children does not happen again in this country,” she said.

“Abuse happens when power is vested in individuals and institutions who are unaccountable.”

The Ryan report documented decades of sexual, physical and emotional torture inflicted on thousands of children in orphanages, industrial and reformatory schools all over the country.

It outlined severe physical and emotional abuse over many years at two of the order’s institutions, St Patrick’s and St Joseph’s in Kilkenny.

“Within St Joseph’s, there was also sexual abuse, including where 13 boys were brutally abused, sexually and physically by two men employed by the Religious Sisters of Charity as childcare workers who turned out to be cruel and ferocious paedophiles,” said Sr Stan.

“I am desperately sad and sorry that these abuses took place and that these heinous crimes were committed."

“All over the country, children entrusted to the care of religious congregations, ours included, suffered enormously in a sickening abuse of power and position and a scandalous exploitation of vulnerability, for which there is no excuse.”

Sr Stan said the order had acknowledged the hurt caused and planned to do everything in its power to make reparation for the harm done, to alleviate the pain and suffering of victims and to restore, as far as is possible, the dignity that was taken from them as children.

“This includes facing our financial responsibilities in a generous spirit and with an open heart,” she continued.

The campaigner also criticised the current childcare system, highlighting a lack of out-of-hours social work service for children in need and why up to 6,500 child protection cases have not been allocated a social worker.

“One of the most damning indications of our lack of concern about the welfare of children is the fact that 454 migrant children, that’s equivalent to an entire school full of children, have gone missing from the care of the State since 2000, with barely a ripple of disquiet in the community,” she continued.

“We know this is happening and we don’t care. How can we say without blushing that we are determined to learn lessons from the Ryan report and are determined to protect and cherish children in this country when we know they are suffering now?"

“When we allow these outrages to occur without protest we, as a society, are complicit in the suffering of these children,” she added.

President Mary McAleese is due to address the conference later today.


Monday, June 22, 2009

All God's Children film: upcoming screening

See the John Paul II Millstone www.jp2m.blogspot.com why we should NEVER call John Paul II a "saint" -- not by American children, not by American lips and not in American soil.

God's Rottweiler-Benedict XVI must be criticized for the hasty canonization of John Paul II the pedophiliac pope! www.pope-ratz.blogspot.com

Steven Spielberg should make movies about the John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army in the USA (like he did with Schindler's List.)


We are currently putting together a series of screenings.
Please check back soon for the latest list of upcoming screenings.


Friday, June 26th - 7pm
11 SE 5th Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32601
Phone: 352-246-2195
Ann and Dr. Rev. Howard Beardslee and Scott Solary scheduled to attend


Saturday, August 8th, 2009 - evening
SNAP National Conference
Hyatt Regency Crystal City
at Reagan National Airport
2799 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, Virginia, 22202
(Washington, D.C.)
Phone: SNAP, 312-455-1499
Marilyn Shellrude Christman, Beveryly Shellrud-Thompson, Dianne Darr Couts, Rev. Dr. Richard Darr, Luci Westphal, Scott Solary scheduled to attend


One of the main points of All God's Children is that speaking the truth about abuse and its consequences can be a way to find healing and to prevent further misconduct.

By organizing a private or public screening you can help in the most effective way to tell this story to even more people who may need support or who might be ready to bring about change to help others.

To get some ideas of how to organize a screening, please view the following guide by clicking on the link (pdf file):

AGC Screening How-To Guide

If you are interested in hosting a screening (at your church, community center, school, etc.), please contact us and we'll be happy to help you set something up: screenings@allgodschildrenthefilm.com

DUIN: Missionary kids abused sexually

By Julia Duin (Contact) | Sunday, June 21, 2009

I was at a book-signing event in Seattle a few months ago when I met Marilyn Christman, who asked me to look into the sexual abuse of Protestant missionary kids (MKs).

I ended up viewing "All God's Children: The Ultimate Sacrifice," a documentary by New York filmmakers Scott Solary and Luci Westphal. They were haunted by the stories of more than 80 children whose days at a Christian & Missionary Alliance (C&MA) boarding school in Mamou, Guinea, in West Africa sound like something out of Abu Ghraib: savage beatings, sexual abuse, rape and sadistic punishments.

Kids were beaten so hard the yardsticks broke. Old film footage of happy children at school — with classic hymns as the soundtrack — is juxtaposed with stern-faced adults describing the horrible things done to them. Mrs. Christman says she was raped by five male dorm parents starting when she was 8.

"It was the perfect set-up for a pedophile," she said of the school. "You were groomed not to tell your parents what was going on. The staff would tell you that if you said anything was wrong, you were hurting God's work there.

"There's a lot of ambivalence among missionary kids about their faith. A lot of MKs will no longer darken the door of a church."

She's calling for independent investigations of the 50-plus overseas boarding schools encompassing 11,000 children. She has heard reports of a ring of sex predators in one South Asian boarding school, and she's amazed there have been no lawsuits filed.

One of the most famous former MKs is William Paul Young, author of the evangelical best-seller "The Shack," who was sexually abused while his parents were C&MA missionaries in Papua New Guinea.

In 2001, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported nearly 7 percent of former missionary children said they were sexually abused during their elementary-school years. That statistic was derived from a 1993 survey of 600 former missionary kids that was kept under wraps for eight years.

The 70-minute film includes video of an official apology by the C&MA from 1999, when the Colorado Springs-based denomination sponsored a retreat near Atlanta for abused children of missionaries.

"Kids were instructed at the boarding school to never tell their parents they were unhappy," said Miss Westphal, "because that would distract their parents from missionary work and saving souls. They were told, 'If you complain about the school, such and such a person would go to hell.'"

"And it'd be your fault," Mr. Solary said. "These children were burdened that they were responsible for the salvation of Africa."

Compared to lengthy investigations of sexual abuse committed by Catholic priests, little has been written about abuse in Protestant settings. The United Methodist Church released a report in April about seven abuse cases at a Congolese boarding school from 1945 to 1978.

The Presbyterian Church USA released a report in 2002 of sex abuse of missionary children in Egypt, the Congo and Cameroon. One man, a now-deceased minister at Highland Park Presbyterian Church in Dallas, molested at least two dozen women and girls, according to the Dallas Morning News.

"All God's Children" will be shown Aug. 8 at a Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests conference at the Crystal City Hyatt Regency. Be forewarned: It's depressing.

• Julia Duin's Stairway to Heaven column runs Sundays and Thursdays. Contact her at jduin@washingtontimes.com.

Friday, June 19, 2009

Seven John Paul II Pedophile Priests now living in Las Vegas

Benedict XVI and the Opus Dei are so preoccupied with manipulating the hasty canonization of John Paul II that they completely ignore the pedophile priests John Paul II left behind. Benedict XVI and the Opus Dei pray in Latin everyday at Mass that they are so drugged in Latin-ecstasy as they continue to live lives out-of-reality from their grandiose palace at the Vatican. John Paul II is NOT great; he was the most narcissist-pope and ego-maniac pope see the John Paul II Millstone www.jp2m.blogspot.com for in-depth details

Benedict XVI and the Opus Dei think they have silenced the Jesuit Jon Sobrino for good but he just wrote one of his best book yet: NO SALVATION OUTSIDE THE POOR: Prophetic-Utopian Essays, 2008, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1570757526/ref=cm_rdp_product


The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests

SNAP Press Statement

For immediate release: Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Statement on seven abusers now living in Las Vegas

Statement by Rita Prince

With no subpoena powers or church whistleblowers or special talent or massive effort, our group has found seven Catholic priests who have molested elsewhere, then moved here to Las Vegas.

We suspect there are others, maybe dozens of others.

Here’s who we’ve found right now.
-- Fr. Gus Krumm of California
-- Fr. Theodore Anthony Geerts of Iowa
-- Fr. Edmund Boyle of Washington
-- Fr. Theodore Meisner of Kentucky
-- Fr. Robert A. Bowling of Kentucky
-- Fr. James Beine of Missouri
-- Fr. James Patrick Feeney of Wisconsin

The one we’re most worried about is Fr. Krumm. Just last week, he was sued for molesting a child. Krumm is just 55 years old and his church supervisors won’t disclose where he’s living now. Besides Las Vegas, Krumm has worked in four other dioceses: one in Oregon (Portland) and three in California ( Sacramento Los Angeles, Orange). In 2002, when he resigned in Oregon, he admitted “some indiscretions.”


We believe that he has molested children recently enough that he can be criminally prosecuted. We urge every single person who saw, suspected or suffered clergy sex crimes to come forward, get help and call police. But we especially urge those who have information about Krumm’s crimes to speak up, so that others can be protected.

These seven priests are important for several reasons.

First, some of them may still be in Las Vegas.

Second, some of them may be around kids today.

Third, we suspect there are other priests who’ve molested elsewhere and are here now.

Fourth, as we all know, changing locations or job titles does not cure predators.

Fifth, we’re not aware of a church housing or treatment center for predator priests here. So if any of these dangerous and potentially dangerous men are still in Las Vegas, it’s unlikely they’re being supervised.

Finally, there may be one, or a dozen, or two dozen men and women who were molested here by one of these seven priests. Those victims are likely suffering in shame, silence and self blame. They may well feel very alone. They deserve outreach, healing, and truth telling.

So what’s the solution? In light of predator priests coming here, what should be done?

First, victims and witnesses must call police officials, not church officials, to report abuse.

Second, Bishop Pepe must disclose the names of any proven, admitted, or credibly accused pedophile priests who work here or have worked here, or who live here or who have worked here

Third, Bishop Pepe should permanently post this information on his diocesan website.

Fourth, Bishop Pepe should insist that these men live in independent, professionally-run centers so that they can get therapy and so that kids can be safeguarded.

1. Fr. Gus Krumm
Lawsuit filed last week in Orange County Superior Court.

Worked at St. James the Apostle Church 1940 N. Martin Luther King Blvd. in Las Vegas in the 1980s

2. Fr. Theodore Anthony Geerts
Separate lawsuits filed in 2003 and 2005

Worked at St. Bridget in Las Vegas in 1991-92.

3. Fr. Edmund Boyle
Lawsuit filed in Seattle in 2003

Pled guilty in 1987 to exposing himself to a mentally retarded 12 year old at a Nevada hospital where he was a chaplain

4. Fr. Theodore Meisner
Lawsuit filed in 2002 in Kentucky

Worked at St. Christopher’s parish in Las Vegas I (1984).

5. Fr. Robert A. Bowling
Lawsuit filed in 2003 in Kentucky

Worked at Our Lady of Las Vegas (1970 - 1972)

6. James Beine (a.k.a. Mar James) from St. Louis MO
Civil suit filed 1994; 7 other suits filed; 2 claims settled for $110,000. Convicted 2003 on possession of child pornography.

Lived in Las Vegas as of 2007

7. James Patrick Feeney from Milwaukee WI.
Convicted of abuse in 2004

Complaint made in Las Vegas

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